HELP! Scared!!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Ministeff, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. Ministeff

    Ministeff Well-Known Member

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    i am 11 weeks 4 days and i keep getting lil pains down by my uterus nothing really bad they come and go but im just worried my first proper pregnancy i miss carried in decemeber and im just scared same happens is this normal??
     
  2. BBDOLL

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    hi there, I am 12weeks myself and i get random cramps every so often. I am a high risk pregnancy so i have a team of doctors watching me and i just asked that question. He said its fine. Its most likely your muscles starting to stretch or slightly change. If there is any spotting at all then thats when you ask questions. Most women miscarry there first time around that is very normal. I know it can be difficult but, again its normal.... its natures ways of saying something is wrong and we cant continue. Once you pass your first trimester your in the clear for a miscarriage.
     
  3. Ministeff

    Ministeff Well-Known Member

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    thank you for commenting on this been worriedd with nobody commenting on it. i had a 8 weeks scan over last time and baby was fine heart beat was seen and heared im just scared because i seen the baby and stuff. thank you again
     
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    JaydensMommy1 Well-Known Member

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    I am 14 weeks and still cramping! I had cramps so bad earlier I was for sure I'd miscarry. Your fine love. Everything is stretching growing and moving! It's perfectly normal :). You can cramp and actually get contractions from dehydration so drink up hun! :)
     
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    I am 6 weeks and cramping as we speak I had it so bad at 4 weeks thought I was going to m/c all seems fine like everyone says it seems totally normal x x
     
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    Ive had mild and slightly stronger cramps on and off during the whole 15 weeks. Scary at first - now kinda reassuring in a twisted way!
     
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    I have been having cramps too, drinking water does help as the cramps can be toilet related iykwim :) I'm trying to stay positive also, fingers crossed, deep breath and all that jazz! x
     
  8. Ministeff

    Ministeff Well-Known Member

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    thank you hun feel so much better now im just a reck over what happened last time i no this one is ok :D xx
     
  9. Ministeff

    Ministeff Well-Known Member

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    thank you everyone :) feel so much better ye i think it was due to the toilet too i wasnt off toilet yesterday weeing alot soory if to imformation. thank you xx
     
  10. cranberry

    cranberry TTC bubba#2

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    what is the evidence for this? do you mean that most women who miscarry will miscarry the first? (even that i am unsure of)

    was just taken back so i am hoping this is hyperbole :coffee:
     
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    JaydensMommy1 Well-Known Member

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    No prob Hun! I had a loss after seeing a heartbeat so I know it's hard. It was hard for me to accept this pregnancy as real. I'm sure you'll be perfect! Wishing you and all of us a H&H 9 months!
     

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